A beautiful sweeping expanse of sand on the outskirts of Newquay backed by endless grassy dunes. Dog friendlyMore Details
A large, unspoilt sandy beach on the outskirts of Newquay backed by impressive sand dunes. Dog friendlyMore Details
Fistral beach in Newquay is the home and birthplace of UK surfing . Great surfing conditions. Dog friendlyMore Details
Lovely little sheltered beach located on the outskirts of Newquay in Newquay Bay. Lots of activities.More Details
Large flat beach with beautiful walks and scenery. Located 5 miles north of Newquay. Dog friendlyMore Details
Glorious beach with a two mile stretch of sand on the outskirts of Newquay, backed by dramatic steep cliffs. Dog friendlyMore Details
A lovely quiet beach tucked away between Holywell Bay and Crantock beach on the outskirts of Newquay. Dog friendlyMore Details
A long, narrow sheltered beach between Newquay and Watergate Bay.
One of the many coves that make up Newquay Bay with caves to explore. Dog friendlyMore Details
Family owned beach along Newquay's coastline. Complete with beach shacks and restaurant.More Details
Very popular beach right in the heart of Newquay and close to the town. Dog friendlyMore Details
Located between Newquay and Padstow on the north Cornish coast, towering sea stacks stand gallantly out of the waterMore Details
The Headland Hotel & Spa is a luxury 4 silver star hotel in the perfect location overlooking the world famous Fistral Beach.View the best prices
4 Star Hotel in an enviable location perched on top of a cliff top with spectacular sea views across Newquay Bay.View the best prices
Award winning hotel & spa overlooking the gorgeous Mawgan Porth Beach on the outskirts of Newquay.View the best prices
The Scarlet Hotel is a luxury eco hotel & spa for adults on the outskirts of Newquay, with sea view bedrooms and cliff top hot tubs overlooking the beautiful Mawgan Porth beach.View the best prices
Located moments from the sand on Pentire headland in Newquay with gorgeous sea views overlooking Fistral beach.
Family friendly hotel with lots of activites with sea views overlooking Porth beach and Newquay Bay.View the best prices
Newquay was the birthplace of UK surfing, so you can’t visit without having some surf lessons on the world famous Fistral beach. Surf’s up dude!
Right in the heart of Newquay overlooking Towan beach, featuring a spectacular underwater tunnel making you feel like you’re swimming with the fishes!
Amusement park with over 20 rides and attractions (inc. two golf courses), an onsite diner and ice-cream parlour and amazing views over the Holywell Bay beach.
Owned by the national Trust, Trerice is an Elizabethan manor house with fine interiors and delightful garden on the outskirts of Newquay.
Watch the surfers on this high quality live webcam of the world famous Fistral beach in Newquay (provided by the Esplanade Hotel)View Webcam
Surf webcam of Watergate Bay beach, a two mile stretch of sand on the outskirts of Newquay, backed by dramatic steep cliffs.View Webcam
Stunning high definition webcam of Porth Beach in Newquay. (provided by Newquay weather station)View Webcam
High quality webcam overlooking Lusty Glaze beach in Newquay. ( Webcam provided by Lusty Glaze beach)
High quality live webcam overlooking the beautiful Crantock beach on the outskirts of NewquayView Webcam
Overlooking the beautiful Mawgan Porth beach on the outskirts of Newquay. Webcam provided by Bedruthan Hotel & SpaView Webcam
HD live panning webcam of Towan beach in Newquay showing the harbour and the famous "house on the island"View Webcam
Cornwall Airport Newquay is just 5 miles away from Newquay town centre. The No.56 bus operates daily from the airport. Taxis and car hire are also available from the airport.
Newquay train station is in the heart of the town. Journey time from London is approximately 5 hours.
Leave the M5 south just after Exeter at Junction 31, joining the A30. Leave the A30 at Indian Queens (A39 / A392) and follow directions to Newquay. Journey time from Exeter is approximately 1 hr 30 minutes.
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